Harajuku is a closely connected place for Japanese rock 'n' rollers. In 80’s, there were people called “Roller-zoku”, who danced to the soundtrack of “American Graffiti” at Harajuku pedestrians' paradise. And there was a bronze statue of Elvis Presley in there, which was erected by Prime Minister Koizumi and some celebrities. Recently, Roller-zoku gathers again in Harajuku area and enjoys dancing in the open air. This movement also expands to young generation. Regarding the fashion of Roller-zoku, “Neo Rockabilly” style, which had been affected by other kinds of fashion like Punk, New wave or Pops, and appeared in 80’s, is popular. Young generation of Roller zoku personalizes Neo Rockabilly style with their fashion senses and might extend this fashion’s range of image. This coverage staff : Director "HINE", Photographer"Aya, HINE", Assistant"YUKI, Foomin'"